Dear Ward 4 residents,
I’m writing today to give you a further update on the City’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
City staff in the Emergency Operations Centre and all essential and critical services are working around-the-clock to respond to this crisis to keep us safe.
These are unprecedented times and I am continuing to receive multiple updates each day on the City’s response and I am committed to sharing this information with you through my social media channels and in email updates like this. I have included the latest important information from the City below.
Right now, I can’t express enough how important it is to stay home, practise physical distancing, work from home where possible and only go out for essentials. These actions, which many of you are already doing, will help to protect you but also your family, friends and all those who work in essential services.
As of this week, the City of Toronto opened four emergency licensed child centres for the children of eligible, essential and critical service workers. Toronto is the first municipality to open emergency child care centres that will operate, as the need demands, on a 24 hours per day, seven days per week basis to support critical, frontline workers. For details on eligibility and application, visit toronto.ca/home/covid-19/covid-19-social-support/covid-19-child-care-for-essential-workers .
Thank you for everything that you’re doing to help stop the spread and please continue to urge others to do the same.
Friends of Heritage York @ Lambton House/Tavern,
To continue our efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Heritage York @ Lambton House/Tavern will EXTEND the temporary closure of Lambton House/Tavern. In keeping with the City of Toronto decision on its public spaces, we will remain closed to the public until the City reopens its cultural sites.
We regret the impact this decision has on individuals, families and groups who enjoy our events. We continue to believe that this extended closure is in the best interests of all the communities we serve.
As always, for up-to-date information on public access to Lambton House, please check our office voice mail 416-767-5472, our website www.lambtonhouse.org, our on-site notice board and on our social media accounts Twitter @LambtonHouse and FaceBook.
We will send a Notice to let you know our re-opening date and a Notice of Up-Coming Events as soon as we know these dates. Events will also be posted in our on-site Notice Board.
Thank-you for your understanding and for now, keep your distance, enjoy your time with family and friends through various social media and be safe.
We wish you, your families and friends good health.
Starting at 5 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, TTC track crews will be conducting urgent rail repairs along areas of the track on The Queensway and within the Sunnyside Loop, located at the intersection of The Queensway and Sunnyside Avenue. All work activities will be contained within the track area and will include minor breaking and removal of concrete to expose the rail to be repaired, replacing existing rail with new rail, and placement of new concrete.
Thank you for your support as the TTC makes these important repairs to keep transit moving safely.
For further information contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or TTC’s Construction Liaison Officer – Arno van Dijk at 416-434-0759 or email@example.com .Construction Notice - Sunnyside Loop